Tickle – March 12, 2019

Lot’s to tell you about - so I am typing in short sentences!

ASH Wed service was awesome - LENT has begun. Don’t miss our Lenten Sermon series, “What Should Churches Do Well?”

Super Chef showdown raised over $12,000 from our community for Hope House - THANK YOU! That was a new record!

Haven Project (community ministry to families with people with special needs) kicked off successfully on Friday night.

Please come to the Red Bird KY Mission trip info meeting tonight at Sharp Memorial UMC Fellowship Hall on YHC campus at 6 pm. The week long trip that costs $375 per person is Sept 8-14. Come ask your questions!!!
If you have never done a mission trip, this is a GREAT FIRST TRIP!

UMC 101 Class will meet this Wed at 6 pm in the Sanctuary.

Wed night dinner fundraiser for Scouts upcoming hiking trip - PLEASE COME!

There is a Radon Gas presentation in the Civic Center Wed from 1-2 pm but you need to call to register 706-439-6030.

OASIS Spring session begins March 28.

UMCOR Sunday is March 31 - second mile giving that Sunday will be to support the “United Methodist Committee on Relief” activities.
God’s Peace,
mark

Congratulations to FirstYouth and their tireless leaders Jennifer and Ragan on taking 3rd place for the amount of jug money raised at the Super Chef Showdown this past Saturday. They did an outstanding job preparing their meatballs and appreciate all the support from the FUMC family!

Wednesday Night Nurture
Menu: BBQ meal with all the fixin’s - fundraiser for the Boy Scouts
Adult Bible Study will begin at 6 pm along with Children and Youth
Handbells 6:00 pm
Choir 7:00 pm

Red Cross Blood Drive - this upcoming Sunday
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
Sunday, March 24th 9:00AM – 1:30PM
Schedule your blood donation appointment today.
Please call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767),
OR visit redcrossblood.org OR call Nancy at (706) 745-4870.

Daffodils, sold by our Relay for Life team, delivery date has been changed. They will now be delivered on Monday, April 1st. You may pick them up in the small Mac dinning room at 6:00 pm. Please make your check payable to Relay for Life.

Trustees Work Continues with Your Help:
Your Trustees have been involved in many projects around the church campus. We are thankful that the Church Bus has all new tires now (to match the new tires put on both vans last year.) The lights in the MAC desk area that have been repeatedly failing have been upgraded to a new style. Over 20 of the “up high” lights in the MAC that had been burned out have been replaced. The MAC stage lights and worship service related lights have been replaced. The recent HVAC problem (no heat) in the Sanctuary choir room was due to a burned out blower motor - it has been replaced and the system is fully functional again. We are currently installing the next step in our church security improvement initiative. You will notice many security cameras being installed at our entrance doors and at various appropriate places around the church. That system is integrated into a new DVR recorder. This is the next step in multiple security related upgrades. Underground conduit for new underground power lines have been installed to the front entrance area and other key places as we prepare for external lighting related upgrades across campus. This and much more is all made possible through your continued giving to the general fund of our church! THANK YOU!

In-house registration has begun for our preschool CEC. Please come in on a preschool morning (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) between 9 and noon to register with our Director Heidi Hall.Registration is non-refundable $100 and tuition for 2019-2020 is $100/month.

EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT ON CAMPUS:
Michael Bruce will have a workday for his Eagle Scout project on Monday, March 18th beginning at 8:30 am. He is building a deck on the playground hillside. Anyone interested in helping out is welcome to join, just bring your work gloves and safety glasses.

New Women’s Study begins THIS Wednesday !
Jeremiah offers women hope for living in an uncertain world by learning to navigate the challenges and circumstances of their lives. This 6 week study in the book of Jeremiah examines God’s words of instruction through the prophet for intentional living to overcome fear, worry, and doubt as we surrender our wills to God’s WILL and put our hope in God alone. The study is in the lower level of the MAC in the center Youth room space at 10 am.


Circle of Love invites all Ladies in our Church Family to a baby shower in honor of Baby Girl Collins and her mom Ashley Taylor Collins on Sunday, April 7th immediately after the 11:00 Traditional Service in the fellowship hall. Baby Girl Collins is registered at Walmart and Amazon. Ashley is the daughter of Glenda Taylor.

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in our world
All those impacted by the tornadoes in the South East
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their extended families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
JoAnn Mayhew - general health
Glen Boland - now under hospice care
Nikki Schuknecht - recent passing of her mother
Paula Myers - rotator cuff surgery today
Bob Taylor - testing on source of chronic neck and back pain
Rev. Winfred Pitts (Shady Grove UMC pastor) neck surgery went well
Bill Gleasure - general health
Deidra Gilbert’s Mother in Mississippi - lung cancer
Maggie Plott - thyroid related testing
Deputy Todd Smith - recovering from cardiac event
June Colditz - undergoing treatments for lymphoma
Carole Thompson - general health
Kim Kuykendall - using new spinal stimulator implant for pain control
Camille Higginbotham - general health
Eileen Nichols - general health
Helen Owenby - general health
Nisia Redgrave - Chatuge Rehab (Green 27)
Sonya Alexander Cristofaro sister (Linda) - radiation treatments
Larry Culpepper’s sister - general health
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Shannon Burgess brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

THANK YOU!!!

………………. . …… .Received……….. .YTD Received
March 3rd…………$24,132……………….$ 206,896
March 10th………..$16,283………………$ 223,179

Every gift given to the ministry of FUMC is greatly appreciated. We are trying to limit designated giving to only MAC Debt retirement and specified second mile giving that get lifted up in worship. You can rest assured that when you give to the General Fund, every ministry benefits from that gift. Thank you for your continued contributions of your time, talent, gifts, service and witness to the Kingdom of God.

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

Tickle – February 26, 2019

Awesome Sunday my Family! Wakonda forever! (you had to be here!)
Kenny did a great job with both Mission moments! Remember two dates:
SUPERCHEF SHOWDOWN for Hope House in the MAC Saturday, March 9
Jennifer is leading our Youth to be the chef’s representing FUMC!!!!!!!!!!
PLEASE come and support them by contributing to their table March 9!
Also, if you have been waiting for a Red Bird Trip - our next Connectional
Team trip is Sept 8-14. If you wish to invest $375 and one week in a team mission trip to Beverly Kentucky (the UMC Mission there - google it) come to the informational meeting at Sharp Memorial UMC (YHC Campus) March 12, 6 pm. People will be there to talk about the trip and answer all your questions.
Jennifer & Ragan get an HUGE shout out for 72 hours of round the clock
ministry with the youth of our community through the annual DNOW retreat!!!
We are up to 12 new men and women who have volunteered for our campus
grass cutting ministry - joining the 4 Saints we had - and still have!
Just call or email Evelyn if you would like to help - she will connect you.
And another shout out to the Trustees team - they have a lot of key projects in the works right now - thank them as you see new things appear!
Today is the final day of General Conference - pray without ceasing as those proceedings come to a close at 6:30 pm today.
God’s Peace,
mark

Ash Wednesday & the Season of Lent are fast approaching - March 6

Wednesday Night Nurture
Menu: Meatloaf, twice mashed potatoes, green beans and dessert
The Friendship Sunday School class is preparing as a fundraiser for Michael Bruce’s Scout project
Children meet at 6 pm
Youth THE GATHERING meets at 6 pm
Adult Bible Study- 6 pm in the Sanctuary, United Methodist-101 Class
Pastor mark will continue - this week is finishing sacraments - great group of folks - come join us in the Sanctuary from 6 pm to 6:45 pm.
Handbells 6:00 pm
Choir 7:00 pm

Welcome New Member:
Diane Brackett 840 Whispering Pines, Blairsville

2018 Contribution Statements are available now. Please write your name down on the notepad on the narthex or email Deidra directly at blairsvillefumcdeidra@gmail.com to request your copy.

Red Cross Blood Drive
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
Sunday, March 24th 9:00AM – 1:30PM
Schedule your blood donation appointment today.
Please call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767),
OR visit redcrossblood.org OR call Nancy at (706) 745-4870.

Prepare to come to the Super Chef Showdown on Saturday, 9th where FIRSTyouth will be serving an awesome dish. Begins at 11:30 am and runs till 1:00 pm in the MAC. Admission is $12. Proceeds go to Hope House.

New Women’s Study begins Wednesday March 13
Jeremiah offers women hope for living in an uncertain world by learning to navigate the challenges and circumstances of their lives. This 6 week study in the book of Jeremiah examines God’s words of instruction through the prophet for intentional living to overcome fear, worry, and doubt as we surrender our wills to God’s WILL and put our hope in God alone. The study is in the lower level of the MAC in the center Youth room space at 10 am.

Relay for Life:
It’s Daffidil time again! Daffodils are a symbol of Hope and a sign Sping is on the way! Our Relay for Life team is taking orders this week for beautiful fresh cut Daffodils for $5.00 a bunch (10 buds). Please contact Glenda Taylor 706-781-7528 or glendactaylor@yahoo.com to place your order.

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in our world
Special Session of General Conference February 23-26 in St Louis - ends today
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their extended families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
Glen Boland - at UGH - still struggling with oxygen levels
Bill Gleasure - sent back to Emory Hospital last night - trouble eating & drinking
Tricia Wallace’s - Step-Dad Mike Brooks at home in Alabama
Deidra Gilbert’s Mother in Mississippi - lung cancer
Maggie Plott - thyroid related testing
Deputy Todd Smith - recovering from heart attack & 3 stents
June Colditz - undergoing treatments for lymphoma
Kelly Schuknecht’s Family - recent loss
Gail McGuire, Pam Ackerman, Carter Spence - all home healing
Christine Golden (Jay’s wife) - healing at home
Tiffany Martinez - recently engaged!
Rod McClarnon - continued eye issues
Kim Kuykendall - using new spinal stimulator implant for pain control
Shirley Cobb - neurostimulator procedure 2-27
Bryan Thomas - replacement hip 2-28
Karen McGinn - hip replacement March 1
Camille Higginbotham - general health
Eileen Nichols - general health
Helen Owenby - general health
Nisia Redgrave - Chatuge Rehab (Green 27)
Sonya Alexander Cristofaro sister (Linda) - radiation treatments
Larry Culpepper’s sister - general health
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Shannon Burgess brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

………………. . …… .Received……….. .YTD Received
February 3rd……… $ 24,856…………………..$ 120,539
February 10th……..$ 24,576…………………..$ 145,115
February 17th……..$ 14,171…………………..$ 159,287
February 24th……..$ 23,476……………………$182,763

We are off to a stronger start in 2019 than 2018! Across the first 8 weeks of this year we are on a $1,188,000 pace. That’s much better than the challenging $1,006,000 pace we began the first 8 weeks of 2018 with - thank you! It will be critical that we stay financially strong in order for us to carry forward our incremental staffing plans in 2019.

Every gift given to the ministry of FUMC is greatly appreciated. We are trying to limit designated giving to only MAC Debt retirement and specified second mile giving that get lifted up in worship. You can rest assured that when you give to the General Fund, every ministry benefits from that gift. Thank you for your continued contributions of your time, talent, gifts, service and witness to the Kingdom of God.

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

Tickle – February 19, 2019

We had a great Sunday - I know the weather was a challenge but I am thankful for 417 people finding their way here on a rainy day to enjoy watermelon together (sorry, you had to be here!)

Thank you Table of Grace for feeding our hungry community lunch today!
Thank you Prayer Quilt ministry for touching lives so profoundly - church, make a habit of looping through our Bray Prayer Chapel and tying some knots on the new quilts that are ALWAYS in there.

Wed Night is cooking (pun intended!) This just feels like an excellent soup night this week - dinner starts at 5 pm in the MAC. Pastor Mark will continue his UM101 class in the SANCTUARY at 6 pm - we end at 6:45. Even if you missed last week, please come. We had a full house in the Fidelis Classroom - moving into the Sanctuary to make a little extra room.

If you are looking for a Sunday School class, we have many to choose from at all three hours. Come to worship 10 minutes early, our pre-service slideshow now includes pictures of each class and where they meet. Find the group you wish to go check out! We have invited all the classes to do an invitational picture…we will keep those up for several weeks.

Prayer Team (which every member of our church is technically a member of) meets this Thursday (5:30 to 6:30 pm) in the Sanctuary. Come just “be” with us - you won’t be asked to pray out loud if you do not wish. The prayer team will be there as we pray for so many people, so many situations, and also for the upcoming Special Session of General Conference Feb 23-26.

We really had a great response to the Grass Cutting Mission moment this last Sunday. That was truly heart warming. The invitation is simple. If you would like to give a few hours working outdoors cutting the grass using our excellent equipment (and being trained by our existing folks) a few hours on a given week, give us your name and email or phone number. Men, women, servant hearts are all welcome. People from that ministry team will connect with you shortly.

Lastly, please hold our annual local community Youth rally (Disciple Now) in your prayers. The event happens Friday through Sunday of this coming weekend. Jennifer has once again led our youth into the event. This event usually touches around 200 youth of the greater Blairsville area.

OASIS winter session (thursdays) ends March 7 and the Spring session begins March 28.

Did I mention that there is a lot going on! (And so much more than just this!)
God’s Joy,
mark

Ash Wednesday & the Season of Lent are fast approaching - March 6

Trustee meeting tonight begins at 5 pm. Your promptness is appreciated.

Wednesday Night Nurture:
Menu: Variety of soups, sandwiches and dessert
Children meet at 6 pm
Youth THE GATHERING meets at 6 pm
Adult BibleStudy- will meet at 6 pm, United Methodist-101 Class
Handbells 6:00 pm
Choir 7:00 pm

Welcome New Members:
Harold and Peggy Hergert 28 Creek Hollow Lane, Blairsville
Miriam Roper 15 Gustason Drive, Blairsville

FUMC Prayer Meeting THIS WEEK:
The February Prayer Team meeting has been intentionally scheduled to happen the Thursday before General Conference. Come be with your prayer team on Thursday February 21 at 5:30 pm in the main Sanctuary as we gather in a shared time of prayer for God’s will to be realized at General Conference and for protection of all our delegates.

2018 Contribution Statements are available now. Please write your name down on the notepad on the narthex or email Deidra directly at blairsvillefumcdeidra@gmail.com to request your copy.

Red Cross Blood Drive
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
Sunday, March 24th 9:00AM – 1:30PM
Schedule your blood donation appointment today.
Please call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767),
OR visit redcrossblood.org OR call Nancy at (706) 745-4870.

Stay Informed:
Easy links to official United Methodist Church Denominational (Global) news comes from a publication from the United Methodist Communications office that you can subscribe to at the following website umcom.org

On that web page, click the large “Subscribe box.” In the window that comes up, select Weekly Digest under United Methodist News. You then get a summary email from the United Methodist Church sent to you each week regarding the major developments in core stories around the globe. Among many other things, updates on the upcoming Special Session of General Conference in February will be found there. The North Georgia Conference Web site is a good source of continuous information as well - ngumc.org

After General Conference, clergy and laity are invited to District Gatherings to review the details of what happened at the called Special Session. The Atlanta-Emory, Atlanta-Roswell, and Gainesville Districts meeting will be March 24 , 4 to 6 pm at Buford First UMC for all who wish to come.

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in our world
Special Session of General Conference February 23-26 in St Louis
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their extended families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
June Colditz - undergoing treatments for lymphoma
Kelly Schuknecht’s Father (Art) - holy ground
Gail McGuire - knee replacement Thursday
Kim Tatman - recent loss in extended family
Rod McClarnon - continued eye problem
Chuck& Pam Morgan’s son - recent injury in the line of duty
Glen Boland- had to leave home and back at UGH (ICU)
Shane Douylliez - new knee - at home recovering
Kim Kuykendall - beginning use of new spinal stimulator implant for pain control
Pam Ackerman - Gall bladder surgery at UGH Wednesday
Shirley Cobb - neurostimulator procedure 2-27
Bryan Thomas - replacement hip 2-28
Tricia Wallace’s - Step-Dad Mike Brooks at home in Alabama
Deidra Gilbert’s Mother in Mississippi - lung cancer
John & Fran Browning’s daughter (Stephanie) struggling with complications from thyroid surgery
Joan Shaw - lung surgery went well - back home
Camille Higginbotham - general health
Eileen Nichols - general health
Nancy Joyce - general health
Helen Owenby - general health
Nisia Redgrave - Chatuge Rehab (Green 27)
Sonya Alexander Cristofaro sister (Linda) - radiation treatments
Stephen & Kelly Schuknecht - newborn great grandchild heart surgery went well
Larry Culpepper’s sister - general health
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Shannon Burgess two nephews (Luke - pancreas & Matt - colon cancer) - and brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

………………. . …… .Received……….. .YTD Received
February 3rd……… $ 24,856…………………..$ 120,539
February 10th……..$ 24,576…………………..$ 145,115
February 17th……..$ 14,171…………………..$ 159,287

Every gift given to the ministry of FUMC is greatly appreciated. We are trying to limit designated giving to only those specified. You can rest assured that when you give to the General Fund, every ministry benefits from that dollar. Thank you for your continued contributions of your time, talent, gifts, service and witness to the Kingdom of God.

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

Tickle – February 12, 2019

I don’t know all the details - but rumor has it that the meal this Wednesday is a pretty special! Dinner begins at 5 pm. Like all Wednesday nights that are not group specific fundraisers, the meal is free but there will be a basket out to receive donations to help us defray the cost of the wonderful meal. I hope to see you all Wednesday night after a dry and sunshine laden day!

I will begin another series of UM101 this Wednesday at 6 pm as a multi-week adult study on what it means to be United Methodist. I try to change it around a little each time I teach this class. In this iteration, the 6 (or so) sessions will be: Our Roots, Local Churches Spirit-Led to Mission, Baptism and Holy Communion, What We Believe, Salvation, and How Do I Get Involved. This course is open to members and non-members, new members, considering to become a member, and folks who have been members their whole lives. We will go from 6 pm to 6:45 pm in the lower level of the MAC - Fidelis Sunday School room at the end of the hall. Come and grow.

Thank you Church for such an amazing week of mission and ministry. To everyone involved in our 2nd Annual “A Night to Shine” - I THANK YOU! To everyone involved in donating over 700 cans of soup on Soup-or-Bowl Sunday, I THANK YOU! To everyone involved in the many missions and ministries through the life of FUMC of Union County, I THANK YOU! To the 9 people of our church attending the North Georgia Conference Disaster Response Academy classes this coming Saturday, I THANK YOU! It has been and incredible week of mission and ministry. Well done Church!

Lastly, help me welcome our new members who joined what Christ is doing through us this last Sunday:
Wade & Shirley Smith 25 Moccasin Trail, Blairsville, GA, 30512
Anita Meza 4375 Gainesville Highway, Blairsville, GA 30512
Roger and Maria McGlen 1677 Lazy Drive, Blairsville, GA 30512
God’s Joy,
mark

Ash Wednesday & the Season of Lent are fast approaching - March 6

Wednesday Night Nurture:
Menu: Beef, vegetables, and a special Valentine dessert
Children meet at 6 pm
Youth THE GATHERING meets at 6 pm
Adult BibleStudy- will meet at 6 pm and begin a United Methodist-101 Class
Handbells 6:00 pm
Choir 7:00 pm

FUMC Prayer Meeting:
The February Prayer Team meeting has been intentionally scheduled to happen the Thursday before General Conference. Come be with your prayer team on Thursday February 21 at 5:30 pm in the main Sanctuary as we gather in a shared time of prayer for God’s will to be realized at General Conference and for protection of all our delegates.

2018 Contribution Statements are available now. Please write your name down on the notepad on the narthex or email Deidra directly at blairsvillefumcdeidra@gmail.com to request your copy.

Red Cross Blood Drive
First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
Sunday, March 24th 9:00AM – 1:30PM
Schedule your blood donation appointment today.
Please call 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767),
OR visit redcrossblood.org OR call Nancy at (706) 745-4870.

Stay Informed:
Easy links to official United Methodist Church Denominational (Global) news comes from a publication from the United Methodist Communications office that you can subscribe to at the following website umcom.org

On that web page, click the large “Subscribe box.” In the window that comes up, select Weekly Digest under United Methodist News. You then get a summary email from the United Methodist Church sent to you each week regarding the major developments in core stories around the globe. Among many other things, updates on the upcoming Special Session of General Conference in February will be found there. The North Georgia Conference Web site is a good source of continuous information as well - ngumc.org

After General Conference, clergy and laity are invited to District Gatherings to review the details of what happened at the called Special Session. The Atlanta-Emory, Atlanta-Roswell, and Gainesville Districts meeting will be March 24 , 4 to 6 pm at Buford First UMC for all who wish to come.

Prayer Concerns and Celebrations:
May LOVE REIGN over fear, hate, and violence in our world
Special Session of General Conference February 23-26 in St Louis
Our military families
The two UMC related agencies in our neighborhood (YHC & Branan Lodge)
Church Without Walls (CWOW’S) - Suches, GA
Our entire staff team and their extended families
All our expecting “Mommies to be”
All those with Alzheimers/Dementia related struggles
Kelly Schuknecht’s Father (Art) - holy ground
Kim Tatman - recent loss in extended family
Chuck& Pam Morgan’s son - recent injury in the line of duty
Glen Boland- moved to Pruitt’s Healthcare of Blue Ridge (B6)
Shane Douylliez - new knee - at home recovering
Kim Kuykendall - beginning use of new spinal stimulator implant for pain control
Pat Warden - Grand daughter in car accident
Sandy Eady - adult niece passed
Pam Ackerman - Gall bladder surgery at UGH 2-20
Shirley Cobb - neurostimulator procedure 2-27
Bryan Thomas - replacement hip 2-28
Tricia Wallace’s - Step-Dad Mike Brooks at home in Alabama
Deidra Gilbert’s Mother in Mississippi - lung cancer
John & Fran Browning’s daughter (Stephanie) struggling with complications from thyroid surgery
Joan Shaw - lung surgery went well - back home
Camille Higginbotham - general health
Eileen Nichols - general health
Nancy Joyce - general health
Helen Owenby - general health
Nisia Redgrave - Chatuge Rehab (Green 27)
Sonya Alexander Cristofaro sister (Linda) - radiation treatments
Stephen & Kelly Schuknecht - newborn great grandchild heart surgery went well
Larry Culpepper’s sister - general health
Margie Bowron - general health
Dee Freed’s father (Kenneth Newman) - colon cancer
George Houdeshel - general health
Kerry Rittenhouse - Mother on chemo
Rev. Harold Smith - now home with Janice - doing in-home therapy
Shannon Burgess two nephews (Luke - pancreas & Matt - colon cancer) - and brother in law (Steve) - cancer
Shirley Cobb/Eva Breedlove/Carol Warren/ Kim Kuykendall – chronic back/neck/pain issues.

Through us God will reach people, touch souls, change hearts, and launch disciples (that’s Church!)

A Note from Your Finance Team

………………. . …… .Received……….. .YTD Received
February 3rd……… $ 24,856…………………..$ 120,539
February 10th……..$ 24,576…………………..$ 145,115

Please continue to remember your Church in your legacy trusts & wills - that gift is also greatly appreciated!

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